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Old 09-18-2011, 12:13 PM
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pk2 or pk3

For some reason the egr solenoid isn't allowing the vacuum to go to the egr valve. 2 ecm's and 2 solenoids with no change. Solenoids open and close with direct ground though. Will a b21 pk3 run a JDM b20A? cAR WAS ORIGINALLY A PK2 B20A5.
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Re: pk2 or pk3

verify the ground going to the solenoid then.
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Re: pk2 or pk3

Got twelve volts on one wire and the other is supposed to go back to the ecu. If it was a real ground , it would close instantly. which it does. There's gotta be some sort of resistor or potentiometer to regulate the voltage going to ground. Still stumped.
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